Shawn Stankavage 10
Shawn  Stankavage
RS Sophomore

Durham, N.C.

High School:
Cardinal Gibbons

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 198




Commodores stage physical practice inside stadium Wednesday

Early morning session concludes with full-contact drills


'Dores move into full pads; hold Friday, Saturday practices in stadium

Mason pleased with team through first week of Spring Ball


58 Commodores named to Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll

Men's and women's cross country, football and soccer student-athletes honored


52 student-athletes named to First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll

Freshmen and first-year transfers eligible for recognition


Patton Robinette's playing career comes to an end

Quarterback cites health concerns, medical school


2016 Black and Gold Spring Game (Russell)

• 2015 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll
• 2015 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll

Stankavage did not see action during his second year on campus as a prospective quarterback... Suffered offseason leg injury that limited his ability to play.

Stankavage did not see game action as a true freshman... Impressed teammates as a scout team quarterback during fall camp... Worked to add weight through solid conditioning effort during first year on campus.

High School
Senior captain... Two-year starter for Raleigh private school power... As senior QB, completed 247 of 408 passes for 3,564 yards and 34 TDs, helping Crusaders to 9-4 record and Class 3A state playoff run... Also rushed for 1,058 yards and 13 TDs... Named region's Offensive Player of the Year and First Team Big 8 as senior... In 2012, threw for 1,920 yards and 28 TDs as Cardinal Gibbons were conference champions and had an 11-1 overall record... Played varsity basketball.

Shawn Anthony Stankavage... Undeclared Major... Born Oct. 3, 1995... Son of Scott Stankavage and Sue Walsh... Has four sisters, Sarah, Shelby, Ella and Jordan, and a brother, Leo... Dad played QB at University of North Carolina and in NFL with Denver Broncos; mom was an elite swimmer, qualifying for the 1980 Moscow Olympics in the 100-meter backstroke which was boycotted by the United States.

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